Can You Get Pregnant with Endometriosis?

What is Endometriosis? Does Endometriosis Affect Pregnancy? Help With Endometriosis-Related Infertility Tips for Conceiving With Endometriosis Have you ever wondered if endometriosis would affect your ability to get pregnant? It's a common question, especially for women with this condition. Approximately 10% of women of reproductive age grapple with endometriosis, raising concerns about fertility.  The

Can You Get Pregnant with Endometriosis?2024-01-12T17:39:55+00:00

Endometriosis and Fertility: Understanding the Impact of Age and Surgery on Pregnancy Rates

Fertility: In our experience, the fertility implications are most related to the patient’s age. This disease has an interesting natural history. Up until about age 26, patients with no other problems are able to conceive naturally. We start seeing fertility patients in the late 20’s. With treatment, the pregnancy rates remain nearly normal until

Endometriosis and Fertility: Understanding the Impact of Age and Surgery on Pregnancy Rates2024-02-05T16:13:23+00:00

Can Endometriosis Have No Symptoms?

Here's the most common question we get from an infertility patient who is not experiencing pain, but who we believe may have endometriosis: I’ve never had any of the symptoms, so how can I have endometriosis?  After 30 years of intense study and treatment of patients with endometriosis, I would say the most common

Can Endometriosis Have No Symptoms?2022-08-03T12:07:18+00:00

[MDEdge] Study Suggests Elagolix Is An Effective Second-Tier Treatment For Patients With Dysmenorrhea Attributed To Endometriosis

This is among the mountain of studies that will bombard the OB/GYN literature over the next several years, just as Lupron it's predecessor did in the late 80's and early 90's.  This statement is unbelievable but is one of many to come:  Dr. Charles E. Miller, MD, director of minimally invasive gynecologic surgery at Advocate

[MDEdge] Study Suggests Elagolix Is An Effective Second-Tier Treatment For Patients With Dysmenorrhea Attributed To Endometriosis2024-02-05T17:05:14+00:00

[Diet Doctor] Treatment for PCOS and Endometriosis

What can you do about cravings during your cycle? How can you best lose weight if you have hypothyroidism? What treatment do you recommend to PCOS and endometriosis? And, can keto help with menstrual pain? Dr. Fox answers these and more questions regarding treatment for PCOS and endometriosis. Click Here to Read the Full Article

[Diet Doctor] Treatment for PCOS and Endometriosis2021-03-26T02:09:55+00:00

Endometriosis is Curable

The medical world believes endometriosis is not curable. This is not true. We have data published as a poster at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and an ongoing study with clear evidence supporting a cure with resection of endometriosis. For many reasons too numerous to discuss here, only a handful of physicians worldwide perform

Endometriosis is Curable2024-02-05T17:08:43+00:00

Should Endometriosis Be Treated Like Cancer?

Endometriosis is truly a debilitating disease for many and it may present in several different ways. The article brings up many good points and through my experience as an endometriosis surgeon and in reading the individual comments, it is truly something that can have a significant impact on the quality of life, whether one is

Should Endometriosis Be Treated Like Cancer?2024-02-05T17:09:58+00:00

What is Adenomyosis?

Physicians and patients are becoming more aware of the chronic disease endometriosis. What is getting ignored now is a disease that often accompanies endometriosis called adenomyosis. Adenomyosis: Endometrial cells located in the muscle wall of the uterus. All patients with endometriosis probably have some degree of adenomyosis. The pain with endometriosis is probably most often

What is Adenomyosis?2024-02-05T17:11:23+00:00

Understanding Endometriosis

We ask every patient if their period pain was worse than their peers in the teen years. The vast majority say they don't know because it was not discussed. Because so many times, endometriosis is hereditary, the mothers of younger patients with severe periods had the same themselves therefore they feel it is normal. The

Understanding Endometriosis2024-02-05T17:12:35+00:00
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